With Pick 207, the San Francisco 49ers drafted Louisiana Tech quarterback Jeff Driskel.
Driskel is a big quarterback (6’4″, 231 pounds) who can run (4.56). He’s a perfect fit in Chip Kelly’s offense, which depends on a mobile quarterback. Driskel has the talent to become the 49ers’ starting quarterback in 2017.
With Pick 211, the 49ers drafted Florida running back Kelvin Taylor, who played with Driskel in college before Driskel transferred to Louisiana Tech.
Taylor (5’10”, 205), son of All-Time great running back Fred Taylor, is a quick change-of-pace back who averaged 4.0 yards per carry last season. According to Pro Football Focus, he forced 48 missed tackles on 258 rushing attempts.
With Pick 213, the 49ers drafted Michigan State wide receiver Aaron Burbridge.
In college, Burbridge started one season, his senior season, and caught 85 passes for 1,258 yards and 13 touchdowns that year. He has the size (6’0″, 206 lbs) and speed (4.49 at his Pro Day) to play all three receiver positions in Chip Kelly’s offense, similar to Josh Huff of the Eagles.